Hope you had a good night!0 comments
I plan on becomeing more active, starting with walking at least 1000 meters a day in 2020. Everything is second to this.0 comments
I'm gonna list some things that stood out for me in the 2010's:
In 2019 I had it pretty easy. Well sorta. I didn't get jobs I applied at, so I was unemployed the entire year. I kept working away at my DNS server though. And the 1.4.0 release will be something better than 2018's 1.3.0 release. I also hooked up a "work-rehabilitation" gig with the local Arbeitsamt. Not sure what to expect but in parallel I'm going on welfare in 2020. Until I can pay my own way again. So that's the epi and the pro (metheus) of 2019/2020. I have a million words to say only it would come out all disorganised so I'll keep it short. Looking forward to 2020.0 comments
This article describes how apple no longer supports RSS. I found it off Hacker News (aka Y.Combinator). It's a pity. While I still have some apple gear, I'm thinking of getting rid of the apple eco-system. In fact the only device I still own is an old ipod. And it's hackable and untrustworthy other than for the google authenticator app and the mp3 player which I still use. I feel technology is drifting away from what it could be, and I'm left behind. But don't worry I have a plan. I may start an NNTP server here and tie it together with DNS somehow. Will have to see. I also wanted to do something with SIP, perhaps a BBS of sorts that's accessable from the PSTN and the Internet. Another Idea I had was a darknet gateway (my own dark-bubble). Perhaps it can all be put together / tied together. I have the servers after all.0 comments
Climate change is real. We need to cut CO2. I recently viewed a chart that showed energy production from 1999 until 2019, so the last 20 years. If we cut nuclear and all coal, we're down to a 2005 level. That's not bad at all! But! Will humans come to the table about their cars? We could do this all tomorrow I bet.0 comments
Here you can see my G5 with 2 windows PC's (NUC and core i3 workstation).
The G5 runs OpenBSD/macppc and an old Mac OS X (haven't gotten around to destroying it yet). Notice the quad ethernet cable that the G5 isn't able to make much use of, due to processor speed, really 1 cable is all it can use to max out. It was a silly purchase but I wanted it. All these stand on a shelf that my dad got me for christmas. It's the best present other than the UPS that I got. Very useful!0 comments
Have a good time.0 comments
I have unearthed a trove of bugs. I'm hoping to fix these on the 26th of december giving us one day for release. If more gets found after I'll roll a 1.4.1 release after 1.4.0, I really want to finish the release in 2019 still. If this affects you, I'm sorry. But at least these bugs are being found now. Just bad timing around christmas.0 comments
The december solstice is upon us again in three days. After that (low) point the days will start getting longer again, probably noticable in february or march. Have a good longest dark time of the year.0 comments
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